Therapy for Anxiety
Problem with anxiety is very common in modern societies. I see many people who have a variety of different types of anxiety including generalized anxiety disorders, social anxiety, panic disorders, phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorders. The symptoms for each type of anxiety disorder are different, but they similarly affect all aspects of a person’s life.
Treatment for Anxiety
When it comes to treating anxiety, there are many tools and options at our disposal. I use a variety of methods including psychotherapy, stress management training and relaxation training to help alleviate the pain and suffering caused by this family of disorders. Often the people I treat for anxiety also have other areas of their life that they would like to improve as well, so there are many factors that influence which methods are used.
Generally speaking, I start with sessions that facilitate an exploration of your particular experience of anxiety. This help me to either recognize that you are someone who benefits greatly just by considering the anxiety in a supportive and therapeutic environment, or recognize that you are some who would benefit from cognitive-behavioral therapy. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is my treatment of choice for anxiety, but it is not the only treatments I use. In any case, I will develop a program that is tailored to your needs and help you to explore the options available to relieve anxiety.